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Fadila Chater embraces both cultures, Canadian and Lebanese.

ImmigrationImmigrants face challenges in Nova Scotia: so do their kids

Second-generation Canadians make about 7.6 per cent of Nova Scotia’s population

18 hours ago

John Paul, a Mi'kmaw captain from Membertou First Nation, in Cape Breton, is preparing his vessel Too Thankful 10 for the fishing season. (Photo by Olivia Blackmore

Searching for the meaning of 'moderate livelihood'

It's been 20 years since the Supreme Court's Marshall decision, but First Nations say fisheries rights still not fully recognized

6 days ago

The art of reporting tragedy

It’s difficult, but when done well can empower

Dec 31, 2018

A suspect's face is censored in this photo illustration.

Unmaking a murderer

Reporting on murder without glorifying the killer

Dec 24, 2018

Crowdfunding: the new way forward?

Crowdfunding is increasingly popular with news outlets across Canada

Dec 20, 2018

Some of television's best comedy is being presented from news desks.

A Blessed Union?

Comedy and journalism tie the knot – and what it means for all of us

Dec 17, 2018

A person looks through a magnifying glass at the definition of the word fact.

It’s a fact

Is it fact or opinion? Fact-checkers are revealing the truth

Dec 13, 2018

A model is projected with words related to mental health.

Changing public perceptions of mental illness

What journalists need to know before reporting

Dec 10, 2018

Wether you read on paper or a screen, media is becoming more partisan.

The new partisan press

We have entered an electronic era of hyperpartisan political information

Dec 7, 2018

A photo illustration of memory.

The memory puzzle

The uncertainty of memory poses a challenge for narrative journalists

Dec 5, 2018